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Carbon Footprint of the Digital Age – Infographic

This infographic looks at the impact the digital age is having on the environment. Taking proactive steps to lower your carbon footprint means more that switching of lights and reducing the amount of times you drive your car. Every time you switch on your computer or digital device CO2 is released into the atmosphere and polluting the planet.

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By |September 4th, 2016|Conservation, News|0 Comments

Prefab Houses and Modern Modular Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz

 

Modern Modular by Joseph Tanney, Robert Luntz

Mix and match your requirements for a modular house with design in focus. Modern Modular is a  contemporary insight by Resolution: 4 Architecture a New York based firm that has bound modern prefabricated building practice with a design focused approach. If you are looking for inspiration take a look.

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By |November 19th, 2013|book, Uncategorized|0 Comments

TrailerFest 2013 Showcases Vintage Camper Trailers

On a hot summer day in Lodi, California, a community of vintage mid-century trailer restoration enthusiasts held an Open House during their TrailerFest 2013 Rally. Gathering at the Stockton Delta KOA campground, members of VintageCamperTrailers.com invited the general public to tour their tiny homes that have been kept in mint condition, restored, or renovated to be road-worthy dwellings.

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By |September 16th, 2013|Events|0 Comments

Summer 2013 Green Events

There are several green events to attend while the kids are out of school this summer. Bring them along and make it an educational vacation!
Mark Your Calendars for these Upcoming Green Events

NY13 Passive House Symposium – June 8, 2013 in New York City, New York
GreenerBuilder 2013 – June 12, 2013 in San Francisco, California
BALLE 2013 […]

By |June 19th, 2013|Events|1 Comment

This Week in Energy News for April 26, 2013

This week in Jetson Green Energy News, we’re reporting on a new green skyscraper in San Francisco, Top 10 Green Cities, Top 10 Green Projects, Donald Trump’s controversial (banned) anti-wind advertisement, environmental clean up in Wisconsin, new environmental funding in Minnesota, a new research facility in Colorado, and earthquake-resistant wallpaper. And, even though Earth Day is over, we still have plenty of green events for you to enjoy.

Transbay Transit Tower in San Francisco
Tallest Tower on the West Coast to be Built in San Francisco
Project developers Hines, Houston, and Boston Properties broke ground on the 1,070-ft-tall Transbay Transit Tower after closing a land purchase for $192 million. Designed by Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects, it will be taller than the Wilshire Grand tower being built in Los Angeles and become the West Coast’s tallest building. Green features include integrated metal sunshades to reduce solar gain, low-E glass, heat-exchanging coils in the foundation, comprehensive water recycling systems, and high efficiency fresh air handlers.

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By |April 26th, 2013|Events, Week in Review|0 Comments

This Week in Energy News for April 19, 2013

This week in Jetson Green Energy News, we’re reporting on wind power in Australia and California, the smart homes and solar job market in the U.S., solar power in Germany, Sweden’s plans to be oil-free, Panasonic’s Solar Lantern Project, and a French winery that is going to make toothpaste from its carbon emissions. Plus, we have updated our calendar of upcoming green events.

Southern Hemisphere’s Largest Wind Farm Opens in Australia
The $1 billion AUD, 420-megawatt Macarthur Wind Farm is now feeding Australia’s electric grid. Owned by AGL Energy and Meridian Energy, the farm features the the Vestas V112-3.0 MW wind turbine. More than 50% of the cumulative wind power capacity in Australia has been installed by Vestas.

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By |April 19th, 2013|Events, Week in Review|0 Comments